State v. Wilson

Decision Date16 November 1993
Citation865 P.2d 1297,318 Or. 61
PartiesState v. Wilson (Carl Duane) NOS. A69589, S40684
CourtOregon Supreme Court

121 Or.App. 460, 855 P.2d 657. Unis, J., would allow.

DENIED.

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  • Jackson v. Franke
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of Oregon
    • March 31, 2022
    ...of a witness" (internal quotation marks omitted)); State v. Wilson , 121 Or. App. 460, 463-66, 855 P.2d 657, rev. den. , 318 Or. 61, 865 P.2d 1297 (1993) (holding that absence of physical evidence did not make diagnosis of sexual abuse an improper "direct comment" on credibility). Despite t......
  • Jackson v. Franke
    • United States
    • Court of Appeals of Oregon
    • June 3, 2020
    ...... child victim testified to a diagnosis of "highly concerning for sexual abuse." Eight years after petitioner's trial, the Supreme Court decided State v. Southard , 347 Or. 127, 218 P.3d 104 (2009), holding that, absent physical evidence of abuse, such testimony is inadmissible under OEC 403. It ...We affirmed the denial of post-conviction relief, given the controlling case law in 1998, particularly State v. Wilson , 121 Or. App. 460, 465-66, 855 P.2d 657, rev. den. , 318 Or. 61, 865 P.2d 1297 (1993), in which we had held that such testimony was admissible ......
  • Mesta v. Franke
    • United States
    • Court of Appeals of Oregon
    • March 26, 2014
    ...counsel raised was almost certain to fail in this court because of our decision in State v. Wilson, 121 Or.App. 460, 855 P.2d 657,rev. den.,318 Or. 61, 865 P.2d 1297 (1993). There, a doctor conducted an interview and a medical examination of a child; the examination revealed no physical evi......
  • State v. Butterfield
    • United States
    • Court of Appeals of Oregon
    • May 11, 1994
    ...... Two of the paramedics observed that defendant was "very cold, very calm, and * * * basically [128 Or.App. 5] unemotional" following the unsuccessful resuscitation attempts. The paramedics noticed a handprint on the child's abdomen. .         Later that day, Dr. Wilson performed an autopsy that revealed two subdural hemorrhages, 2 a "patterned injury" to the child's abdomen, an injury to her buttocks, and numerous . Page 1342 . subgaleal hemorrhages. 3 Although he could not pinpoint the exact number of subgaleal hemorrhages the child had sustained, he ......
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